Title: Owner, Artist, Watercolor Teacher
Company: Latanision Studio and Gallery
Location: Winchester, Massachusetts, United States
Carolyn D. Latanision, Owner, Artist and Watercolor Teacher at Latanision Studio and Gallery, has been recognized by Marquis Who’s Who Top Artists for dedication, achievements, and leadership in watercolor painting.
Studying at the Radcliffe Institute for Advanced Study and the Art Institute of Boston, Ms. Latanision completed her Bachelor of Science in art education at Kutztown University in 1965. Also holding certification in elementary education and teaching from the Ohio State University, she began her career as a certified recreation leader with the Recreation and Parks Department of the city of Columbus, Ohio, in 1964. She then taught in the Columbus Public Schools from 1966 to 1969, before embarking on her career as an artist. Since 1981, she has been the owner of the Latanision Studio and Gallery in Woburn, Massachusetts, where she cultivates her art and teaches watercolor classes.
A member of numerous professional organizations, Ms. Latanision has presented her artworks in shows across the country, and her works feature in a number of corporate and private collections as well, including a series of paintings commissioned by the Bethlehem Steel Corporation. Since the beginning of 2021, she has participated in a variety of shows, both in-person and online, and has been the recipient of several awards. She was awarded an honorable mention for “Skating in Boston Public Garden” by the National Association of Women Artists, the Margaret M. Martin Memorial Award for “Iron Foundry Walls” by the Catharine Lorillard Wolfe Art Club, and Best Interpretation of Theme for “Different Angles” by the National Association of Women Artists.
Earlier awards to Ms. Latanision’s credit include winning First Place at the Bethlehem Steel Painting International Exhibition with the National Watercolor Society in 2017, and Second Place in 2016; the Mary Bryant Award from the Rockport Art Association and the Mijello Mission Gold Award from the National Watercolor Society in 2016; and countless others, including, but not limited to, the Sylvan Grouse Guild Award from the Pennsylvania Watercolor Society and the Rothermel Award for Distinguished Professional Achievements from Kutztown University. Furthermore, she has authored several books — “Painting in Light and Shadow,” “100 Ways to Paint Figures,” “100 Ways to Paint Still Life” and “100 Artists of New England” — and has been very involved with the Winton Club at the Winchester Hospital, serving as a cabaret producer, house manager and scenery chair since 1992.
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